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tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- kit harington, rose byrne, musical guest blake shelton, and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 471! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh! that's a hot show right there. hi, guys. welcome. welcome, everybody, welcome to "the tonight show." this is it. you made it. [ cheers and applause ] you're here. this is the show. thank you so much for being here.
i'm your host, jimmy fallon. you guys, today is friday the 13th. [ audience oohs ] so be careful you don't break a a mirror or you're gonna get seven more years of this election. >> steve: ooh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] the election is all anyone's talking about. and this week, the billionaire t. boone pickens weighed in. and he's praising donald trump's success in business as an indication of his good economic policies. and said, quote, "you judge a a trapper by his pelt." [ laughter ] trump was like, "for the last time, it's not a pelt, it's my hair, okay. [ growling ] [ cheers and applause ] down boy. down boy. sit down. sit. sit. be quiet. [ growling ] okay, boy." [ laughter ] the big trump news today is this audiotape that resurfaced from 1991 where donald trump apparently posed as his own publicist during a phone call. [ laughter ] this is real. during a phone call to "people"
magazine. people are saying it's definitely him, he's saying it's not. hillary clinton was like, "isn't it annoying when people dig up stuff from the '90s and use it against you?" [ laughter and applause ] [ growling ] "okay, boy." [ laughter ] get this, an artist is hoping to protest the republican national convention in cleveland by having 100 women pose nude outside the event. or as republican men put it, "hey, no, stop. [ laughter ] [ applause ] please don't do this, please." >> steve: nude. >> jimmy: a little entertainment news. after "frozen" fans started a a hashtag for elsa to have a a girlfriend in the next film, a conservative group started a a petition demanding she falls in love with a man instead. in response, disney issued its own statement saying, "none of this stuff is real, guys. let it go." [ laughter and applause ] it's a cartoon. it's a movie. this is very interesting.
"the new york post" reports that more people check their facebook feed than read the bible each week. which explains that new commandment, "thou shalt not like a bikini pic of thy neighbor's wife." [ laughter and applause ] true. i read that budweiser is gonna temporarily change its name to "america" until the election. you hear about this? seems like a pretty strange decision, but i guess it explains this clip from the new "captain america" movie. watch this. >> who said we're giving up? >> we are if we don't take responsibility for our actions. [ laughter ] >> sorry. see cap, that is dangerously arrogant. this is the united nations you're talking about. it's not the world security council. it's not -- >> tony, you chose to do that, you know. >> it's gonna be done to us. [ slurred speech ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he's wasted. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: he's drunk. >> jimmy: he's clearly wasted. >> steve: he's had too much "america." >> jimmy: and get this, there's a new dating website just for conspiracy theorists. [ laughter ] or is there? [ laughter ]
no, i'm sorry. actually, there really is. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] yeah. no, no, don't. no, no. there really is. it's called "awake dating," and the site even has a couple pickup lines to help conspiracy theorists break the ice. >> steve: ooh. >> jimmy: yeah. first there's, "do you come here often and were you followed?" [ laughter ] and then there's, "if i could rearrange the alphabet, i'd put 'u' and 'i' near each other to spell 'illuminati.'" [ laughter and applause ] that's romantic. it's cute. >> steve: that's very romantic. >> jimmy: good pickup line. >> steve: they love romance. >> jimmy: finally, a little sports news. shaquille o'neal's son shareef, who is a top ranked high school player said that he's going to train with kobe bryant this summer. yeah. he actually talked more about it on his dad's podcast. it's called "the big podcast with shaq." have you ever heard it? it's actually good. yeah, it's good. but i have to say, i listened to this episode with shaq and his son. it was a little overwhelming. check this out. >> it's the shaq podcast. this is shaq cast. welcome back. i'm shaq. my guest today is my son shareef.
what's up, shareef? >> what's up, shaq? [ laughter ] >> don't call me shaq, call me dad. >> okay, dad. >> i changed my mind, call me shaq. >> okay, shaq. >> first question, what's it like having me as a dad? >> i like having you as a dad. >> i like being your dad. >> i like you, shaq. >> i changed my mind again. call me dad. [ laughter ] >> okay, dad. >> call me shaq. >> okay, shaq. >> call me dad. >> okay, dad. >> call me shaq. >> okay, shaq. >> wait, i got it. call me dad shaq. >> okay, dad shaq. >> i'm dad shaq. >> jimmy: all right. there you go. [ cheers and applause ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots right there! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: thank you very much, everybody. hot crowd tonight. >> steve: hot! >> jimmy: this is a good friday crowd. love you guys. [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. we got a good show tonight.
oh, super fun. from the massive hit series "game of thrones," jon snow himself, kit harington is here. >> steve: oh! [ cheers and applause ] kit and i are going to play charades later in the show. or as he calls them charades. >> steve: ooh. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: plus, she stars in "x-men: apocalypse" and "neighbors 2," two giant movies. "neighbors 2: sorority rising." the lovely and talented rose byrne is dropping by. >> steve: yeah! [ cheers and applause ] the funny. >> steve: funny. >> jimmy: the funny, the lovely, the talented. and we've got music from this guy. i don't know if you've heard of him or not. he's making his network debut tonight on tv. [ laughter ] never been on tv before. >> steve: never been on tv before. >> jimmy: nope. nope. 11-year-old -- >> steve: new, fresh face. >> jimmy: 11-year-old blake shelton is on the show tonight. [ cheers and applause ] talented. >> steve: 11 years old. >> jimmy: he's so cute. he's 11 years old. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: and he's gonna sing his heart out. >> steve: oh, my gosh. does he play the banjo? what's he do? >> jimmy: good for him. i don't really even know. he's just cute and everyone thinks he's fun. i saw him on "little big shots." >> steve: did you really? [ laughter ] with steve harvey?
>> jimmy: steve harvey. yeah, yeah. i discovered him. i kind of -- well really steve discovered him and then -- >> steve: steve discovered him but you saw and said, "hey, i gotta have that kid." >> jimmy: i saw and said, "hey, that kid's got something." >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: "what's his name?" and i was like, "nice to meet you, little man. how are you?" [ laughter ] and he goes -- well, yeah, he's taller than me. >> steve: right, right. >> jimmy: and he goes, "i'm doing great. how you doing?" [ laughter ] i go, "would you like to come on 'the tonight show?'" he goes, "sure, i'd love to." so he's coming on. "came here to forget." that's what he's singing tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: 11 years old. wow. >> jimmy: guys, today's friday, and that's usually when i catch up with some personal stuff. i check my inbox. i return some e-mails and send out thank you notes. and i was running a bit -- [ cheers and applause ] i was running a bit behind so i thought if you guys wouldn't mind, i'd just like to write out my weekly thank you notes right now. is that cool with you guys? [ cheers and applause ] thank you. i love you guys. hey james, can i get some thank you note writing music please? ♪ [ laughter ] >> steve: johnny cash album. >> jimmy: that's a black suit
there. yeah. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: don't know if the pocket square really goes -- [ laughter ] >> steve: it's like a little cloud in the middle of his chest. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: that's -- interesting look. ♪ thank you, mexican drug lord el chapo, for being extradited to brooklyn, where you'll be put in a small four-walled cell. or as most people in brooklyn call that, a studio apartment. there you go. [ laughter ] normal. >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: pay two grand a month at least. >> steve: yeah. el chapo. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, budweiser, for temporarily changing your name to "america," so drunk people can now call themselves "americans." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: you think they have an -- >> jimmy: ameri-cans. >> steve: nice. [ laughter ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: mind blown!
you think they have like ameri-bottles? >> jimmy: tourtney. >> steve: yes? >> jimmy: can you write that down for me? >> steve: write down what? >> jimmy: ameri-cans is a good idea. >> steve: what should i write it on? >> jimmy: put it in your note section. >> steve: the note section of what? >> jimmy: you're my robot assistant. >> steve: yes i am. >> jimmy: so make a note of that. >> steve: i can't actually write. >> jimmy: i didn't really -- >> steve: i can put it in data form. >> jimmy: yeah. >> steve: but i can't write. i don't have hands. thanks for bringing it up. >> jimmy: i didn't want to insult you. >> steve: i'm a robot. >> jimmy: i know. i didn't want to insult you. >> steve: i'm not a ro-butt. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: what'd you say? >> steve: nothing. >> jimmy: anyway, tourtney, just make sure you make a note of that ameri-can thing. it's pretty good. >> steve: ameri-can't? >> jimmy: ameri-cans. >> steve: mayor of kansas. the mayor of kansas is -- >> jimmy: not the mayor of kansas. that doesn't make any sense. >> steve: gary filbert, mayor of kansas. >> jimmy: gary filbert? there is no mayor of kansas. gary filbert isn't a real person. >> steve: we're not in kansas anymore. >> jimmy: "the wizard of oz?" >> steve: dorothy. "wizard of oz." >> jimmy: no, i don't want "the wizard of oz." >> steve: vegas hooker. >> jimmy: what? >> steve: what? watt. james watt invented the watt. >> jimmy: how do i turn you off?
shut down. [ fart noise ] sorry, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] tourtney, my robot assistant. technology, man. ♪ thank you, beethoven and mozart, for not only mastering music, but also "resting bitch face." [ laughter ] [ applause ] >> steve: basic. >> jimmy: basic. >> steve: mozart, mozart, mozart. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, michael phelps' new baby for being born this week, and not immediately doing a kick turn and going back in. [ laughter ] 'cause you never know. >> steve: you never know with a a baby swimmer. >> jimmy: you never know. >> steve: swimmer babies are different. >> jimmy: that's true. ♪ thank you, president obama, for making the bison the national mammal of the united states.
or as cows put it, "seriously? [ laughter and applause ] gotta be kidding me." >> steve: that's a diss. that's just rude. >> jimmy: hamburgers, steak, milk. >> steve: hamburgers, milk, cheese, leather. horns. >> jimmy: i mean, do you know how hard my lifestyle is? [ laughter ] you don't even know how hard my life is. >> steve: i have four stomachs. [ laughter ] i'm a ruminant. >> jimmy: i mean, people milk me. [ laughter ] do you understand what that's like? no, you wouldn't. >> steve: 'cause you don't even know what i -- i used to like you but now i just feel sorry for you. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so sorry but i can't believe you even "uddered" the word. >> steve: oh! [ applause ] i know, it's corny. sue me! >> steve: sue me! ♪ thank you, reusable whiskey stones, for giving me the additional chore of having to wash ice. [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: i'll get them. i got them.
don't worry about it. >> jimmy: it's ridiculous. >> steve: let me serve you. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you, waterbeds, for combining the joy of insomnia with the pleasure of seasickness. [ laughter ] there you are, everybody. thank you very much. [ cheers and applause ] those are my thank you notes. we'll be right back with kit harington! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ 4 by 4 those who jump start the weekend. the one's who want to see it all... hear it all... and feel it all... all summer long. ♪ jeep renegade -- it's how we live 4 by 4 summer. ♪
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in the flesh. hey, good to see you, pal, they love you, they love you. pcpc that's got to feel good, yeah? that's got to feel good, buddy. they love you. i want to talk to you but i don't want to spoil anything, so if you're not caught up with "game of thrones," plug your ears right now. mute your television. and then when i do this, you can unmute your television, okay, go. so you're alive. [ laughter ] >> i'm alive. >> jimmy: yes. it feels good, right? >> feels good to say that. it feels good to be alive. >> jimmy: i mean, how do you keep that secret from people? you had to keep the secret? >> i was good. i was good. david and dan the writers, told me, they said, you can't tell anyone now. >> jimmy: you really can't. >> no one. it was david speaking. he said me, dan, george martin, the writer, a couple of producers at hbo, and now you know. and you can't tell your mom, you can't tell your dad. you can't tell your brother, you can't tell your friends.
>> jimmy: no one knew. >> no one knew. >> jimmy: you didn't tell anyone else? >> i told mom and dad straight away. >> oh, yeah, of course. lll >> jimmy: mom and dad yeah. you got to tell mom and dad, yeah, exactly. but besides them, no one else knew? >> no one else. well, my girlfriend knew. a few people knew quite quickly. lhlh >> jimmy: this is awful. you're awful at this. >> they're all very trusted people. >> jimmy: they are? >> yeah, but no member of the public. >> jimmy: no stranger. >> no stranger. well, that's not strictly true. lll >> jimmy: you told a a stranger that you were alive? >> well, okay, one policeman knew. there's a story behind it. i was going -- i was driving back to my parent's house and i was driving too fast. i was being a bit naughty. i was going over the speed limit. >> jimmy: yeah. i heard the sirens go off behind me. and this policeman comes up, pulls me over and i'm a bit sheepish, really sorry. i wasn't looking at the clock.
he said, do you realize how fast you were going? that is a bookable offense. i said yes, i'm really sorry. yes, sir. and he said, look, there's two ways we can do this. you can either follow me back to the police station now and i book you in, or you can tell me whether you live in the next series. [ laughter and applause ] yeah. >> jimmy: i love that he did that. >> and i laughed. like you're laughing. his face was just -- i have to tell you, whether i take you into the police station depends on what your answer is. so i looked at him and went, i'm alive next season. and he goes, he says, uh-huh, on your way local man. [ laughter and applause ] on your way, local man. >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> keep the speed down this far south of the -- >> jimmy: that is great. >> isn't that brilliant. >>
jimmy: that is a great guy. you even had to -- as far as your co-stars, you couldn't even tell them, right? >> well, that got tricky as well. because jon snow is a character around which lots of other character's story lines pivot around. so, essentially when going and telling all my cast mates that i'm not back next season, i'm also going, "oh, yeah, you're fired too." >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, you don't have a job either, yeah. like, i'm dead. so like, we're all kind of not here. so that was a bit hard. but no, you know, we did talk. obviously, i didn't want to tell, you know, close friends. >> jimmy: because you can't get it out there. it was a big deal. i don't want to unmute people's tvs yet. because i want to talk about this. saw it and i go, the red lady did some witch stuff and brought you back to life. the thing i didn't quite understand. she cut your hair, yeah? a lock of your hair. >> yeah. >> jimmy: a lock of your hair. you're laying on the slab. like they have slabs. the slab room? just happen to have a slab of concrete there. anyways, you're laying on the
slab. she cuts your hair. she puts it in the fire. and says like -- [ jibberish ] lll and then she cuts your beard hair. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and i go, i don't know, i mean, i'm not a wiccan, i don't know, but i'm assuming hair is hair, right? >> yeah, that -- there was a a whole other scene where she was cutting hair as well -- >> jimmy: that's enough said. i'm doing this now. unmute your tv, unmute, unmute. anyway, sorry that your character's dead. [ laughter ] ppp now -- "game of thrones" is a very -- mysterious, magical kind of show. do you have any superstitions? today is friday the 13th and i was goin to ask you. >> i'm horribly superstitious. i'm really -- i've got ocd galore. like, really nonsensical ones as well. not that any of them make much sense.
>> jimmy: for example? >> i -- i have to scratch my balls every time i see an ambulance. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you can mute your tv again, i'm sorry, i didn't know this was going to happen -- what happened? >> i don't know -- apparently some one said -- i pick them up very easy when someone says -- >> jimmy: your talking about you pick them up very easily huh? good for you, yeah. >> no, but apparently, it's good luck for the person inside. i thought that was a nice thing -- >> jimmy: wait, what? lll i've never heard this. this is not a thing at all. >> it's an italian tradition apparently. >> jimmy: it is not an italian tradition at all. someone lied to you. so whenever you see an ambulance, you have to -- >> scratch my balls yeah. okay. lll [ cheers and applause ]
we like to play games on our show. not those types of games. we like to play charades. have you ever played charades? >> i have, various times of my life, yes. >> jimmy: you'd be great at because you're a good actor. would you like to play with me? >> i'd love to play charades, yes. >> jimmy: ok very good. charades. kit harington, everybody. pcpc "game of thrones" airs sunday at 9:00 p.m. on hbo. kit and i are playing charades after the break. stick around, everybody. it's going to be fun. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ squuuuack, let's feed him let's feto the sharks!sharks! yay! and take all of his gold! and take all of his gold! ya! and hide it from the crew! ya...? squuuuack, they're all morons anyway! i never said that. they all smell bad too.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back. welcome back. welcome back, everybody. i'm here with kit harington. [ cheers and applause ] and we're about to play a game of charades. but first, we're going to need partners. joining kit's team, she stars in two big summer movies "x-men: apocalypse" and "neighbors 2: sorority rising," give it up for the lovely rose byrne! [ cheers and applause ] hi. >> hi, how are you? hi, jimmy. how are you? nice to see you. >> jimmy: it's gonna be great. joining my team, he's a country music superstar whose new album "if i'm honest" is available may 20th, please put it
together for 11-year-old blake shelton, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] >> what does that even mean? how you doing, man, i'm blake. >> jimmy: this is blake shelton. >> you want the hair touch or you good? >> jimmy: no, that's okay. now, we all know how to play charades. each player gets a turn giving silent clues to their teammates. 30 seconds on the clock per turn. we're gonna do four rounds worth. one point each. the fifth round is the charades showdown. each team gets the same clue to give at the same time. whoever guesses it first gets two points. >> this sounds so fun. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: that wasn't you kit, was it? i knew it was. kit, why don't you start us off tonight? >> oh, no. okay, all right. >> jimmy: rose you could sit there. blake, you and i are on a team. we'll sit on the couch together. >> oh, okay. [ laughter ]
i don't want to mess up your hand anymore. your hand put back together. >> jimmy: oh, yeah, the audience can choose for you. [ cheers and applause ] >> four, four. no. no. five. five. >> five. five. >> jimmy: don't you yell. and don't guess. don't guess because rose is guessing. >> she's played this before. [ laughter ] okay. it starts when i do the -- okay. >> it's a song. two words. first word, one. finger. one. one. two. one. one. one. oh, one. single. single ladies? ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
>> jimmy: ringer. ringer. >> there's no pointing in charades. you can't point at an object. on the couch. guitar. cheating. >> jimmy: what number do we have here. nine. okay. >> six tater. >> jimmy: do you have tourettes or something? [ laughter and applause ] i don't know if you're going to get this man. don't you live on a -- >> just try. what are you doing? >> jimmy: do you live on ranch? >> the clock is running. >> jimmy: do you live in like a a ranch or something? all your friends are animals or something. >> can you even change a flat tire? don't talk about real men like that, come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i have no clue, i can't, i can't. all right. ready for this? okay, here we go. >> that's tv.
>> jimmy: no this isn't part of the game. >> you're supposed to say what the thing is. >> jimmy: what is this, right? >> a teepee. >> place. >> oh, it's a place. >> jimmy: it's not a teepee. the game didn't start yet. i didn't give you the clue yet. >> start the clock over. >> jimmy: can we switch partners? this is a nightmare. i'm not doing anything yet. ready? is that how you do it? jersey boys. all right. here we go. i'm not doing it yet. [ buzzer ] wait, what? didn't even get a chance to give a clue yet. >> you're wasting so much time. >> we got this in the bag. we got this in the bag. we got this in the bag. sorry, guys. >> you didn't even say -- you wasted the entire time. >> what was it? >> trying to be funny. trying to be funny. >> jimmy: trying to explain the game. rose, it's your turn. >> can i please be on rose's
team? >> any one? okay. >> jimmy: you just have to clear your throat. you don't have to clear your throat in charades. >> i take this very seriously. okay. can you tell me to go? >> jimmy: yeah, go, whenever you start. >> film. five words. first word. "t." the. >> you can't spell. >> the second. the second. driving. the second car. the second -- the second blow. the second wind. the second wheel. >> jimmy: i totally know it. i know it, i know it. >> sounds like bum. bum. uh. [ bleep ] dude, come on. [ buzzer ] >> jimmy: "the fast and the furious" right? come on.
that was great. i got it. right now, this is a showdown at this point. >> i haven't got to go. >> jimmy: what's that? >> i haven't got to go yet. >> jimmy: no, no i think we should get to the end of the game. i guess it's your turn. give it up for mr. blake shelton, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] you even good at this? >> no, i'm not any good at this. >> jimmy: you even walk like you've never played charades before. like you've never walked before. >> i guess i'll -- all right. i don't even trust ya'll at this point. >> jimmy: how you walked over there. you're a manly man. you're the man. ready for this? no, you can't put it back there. [ cheers ] unbelievable. he lives by his own rules. >> okay --
is that -- >> jimmy: no, come on now. >> i need to know what kind of a thing it is. it's both. how can you -- both? >> jimmy: you can. he's right, you can. it's possible. all right, let's go. it is a -- >> when i start this, the clock starts, right? >> jimmy: yeah, we're going to do this. book. movie. it happens. "jungle book." ♪ [ cheers and applause ] we got each other. here's the deal you got to stay up. 'cause you are good at this. you and -- do you want to go, kit? this is the showdown. >> i don't mind. what do you want to do? >> you are better at this. >> okay, you do it. >> jimmy: pick the same clue and give the clue and whoever gets it first wins the whole game. pick a number and get the same clue. >> don't got with this. this one sucks.
[ laughter ] oh, i do know that. >> okay. all right. >> wait a minute, what's the -- okay, i know how to do that. >> jimmy: all right, everybody ready? and go. >> stop. one word. stop. >> jimmy: slap me. wake me. wake me up before you go go. >> four words. first word. >> jimmy: fake not alive. dueling. novocaine. novocaine. jesus. mannequin. >> first word. man. voice. >> jimmy: dead. alive. five words. >> i want to see your face. i've never going to see your face. never going to see your face. >> jimmy: never going to touch your face. touch me in the morning. [ buzzer ] [ laughter ] "i can't feel my face." i got it. judges say they're going to give it to rose byrne and kit harington.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is starring in two huge movies this month. you can see her alongside seth rogen in "neighbors 2: sorority rising" which opens may 20th and "x-men: apocalypse," two giant movies, hits theaters may 27th. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the lovely rose byrne! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ >> jimmy: i'm always so -- >> good game. >> jimmy: yeah, you're good. you're good at charades. >> did you get that it was "fast and the furious?" >> jimmy: "fast and the furious" that was unbelievable. and your hair was going back. >> you got that, right, everybody? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: kit doesn't know what he is talking about. he's not from here. >> well, i keep my game tight. i keep it tight. >> jimm:y thank you for playing that. i want to talk about your movies. two giant movies. "x-men: apocalypse." that sounds so ooh. end of the world. "x-men: apocalypse." >> well, it's not a comedy. >> jimmy: no, the end of the world, yeah. but it's set in the '80s. >> yep. >> jimmy: and man, you have a a good look in this movie. >> did you like my hair? >> jimmy: i loved your hair with the glasses. big glasses. i thought it was all great. >> everyone had some pretty big hair. >> jimmy: yeah. >> should have been called x-men hair. >> jimmy: yeah, exactly. yeah. what's going on in this one?
>> there's some -- a lot of -- well, there's the blue guy. >> jimmy: yes, of course. >> the big blue guy with the tentacles. he's wreaking havoc and threatening to sort of, you know, end the world, apocalypse. that's about it. >> jimmy: yeah, can you see who you are? >> i'm not the blue guy. i play moira mactaggert and she's a cia agent who's been following the cult that's developed around apocalypse. >> jimmy: it's just a giant movie. >> so, it's a giant movie. >> jimmy: and all our pals are in it. it's just crazy. a lot of cgi effects. >> a lot of cgi. >> jimmy: and action and fights and a giant fun movie. on the other hand, you have "neighbors 2" with seth rogen. you guys are back together. i loved the first one. >> chloe moretz. zac efron. >> jimmy: chloe moretz i love her so much. >> chloe is great. zac is great. >> jimmy: basically in this movie, you want to sell the house. you're having a second baby. you want to sell the house from the first neighbors. and you're selling the house but next door the frat's gone but a sorority moves in. you're like, hey, can you just wait like 60 days before you
throw a party or anything because we want to sell the house. >> we want to sell the house. >> jimmy: yeah and it's unbelievable. there's so many funny scenes that i can't even really describe because you can't say on tv. that was a good setup, right? >> yeah you set up good. no, it was a fun shoot. it's a fun movie. you know, zac has a lot of scenes with no clothes on. >> jimmy: yeah -- [ cheers ] >> jimmy: that's why i loved it. [ laughter ] >> often when you're shooting with him, you look over in the corner and he's like up a tree. he's climbed up a tree and he's having some beet juice. >> jimmy: beet juice? >> yeah. >> jimmy: energetic little dude right yeah. >> you look over and he's doing push-ups in between takes. >> jimmy: he's just jacked right? and what is seth doing when you're looking off camera? [ laughter and applause ] >> i think we all know what seth's doing. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, exactly. [ laughter ] >> that's who i love. we love seth. he's the best. he's the best. >> jimmy: he's my favorite.
he's one of the nicest people. >> he's so nice. >> jimmy: he really is one of the funniest guys. and ike barinholtz. >> and ike barinholtz is hysterical. >> jimmy: man on man he is funny is this. "neighbors 2: sorority rising." take a look at this. >> i cannot shut down a a sorority that's trying to become independent. >> why not? >> okay, it's a pr nightmare. >> what's the nightmare? >> for example, sexist female dean shuts down sorority. >> that is reverse sexism which is in and of itself a sexist thing to do. >> there's no such thing as reverse sexism, mr. white man. >> look, look. if they get three strikes, they have to shut down, right? >> far as i'm concerned that have infinite strikes. >> i see we're playing outside the rules of the system so why don't we go to plan b. >> here's a little something to change your mind. we have a deal, chancellor? >> no. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you're good pal. rose byrne, everybody. "neighbors 2: sorority rising"
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keep on scratchin'. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is one of the biggest names in country music. he is a talented, talented, talented man. [ laughter ] according to him. he will release his new album, "if i'm honest," on may 20th. i'm not saying if i'm honest. that's the name of the album. i'm being honest, but the name of his new album is "if i'm honest." on may 20th. i'm not saying if i'm honest. >> very funny. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i hope i don't mispronounce your name. performing "came here to forget," which you won't. because you won't forget this. you love coming on the "tonight show." >> you'll forget. >> jimmy: performing "came here to forget," give it up for my man blake shelton! [ cheers and applause ]
♪ ♪ girl you're getting over him and i'm getting over her the eyes have it made ♪ ♪ aint gotta say a word misery loves company that's why it's you and me buying each other drinks ♪ ♪ back at the bar as thick as thieves stealing these little sips ♪ ♪ doing our best to make the best of the worst of it keep playing them songs keep singin along ♪ ♪ keep leaning it on in closer keep salting the rim getting even with her ♪ ♪ and with him before the night is over ♪ ♪ that first kiss was like a colorado hit
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♪ ♪ ♪ looks like it's just me and you fall in love just enough to get us through ♪ ♪ keep playing them songs keep singing along keep leaning it on in closer keep salting the rim ♪ ♪ getting even with her and with him before the night is over ♪ ♪ that first kiss was like a colorado hit we better keep on keeping it lit ♪ ♪ til we can't remember can't remember what we came here to forget ♪ ♪ ♪ what we came here to forget
what we came here to forget baby ♪ ♪ baby that's what we came here to ♪ forget ♪ ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's how you do it, come on, that's how you do it right there. that's how you do it right there, buddy! "if i'm honest" is available for preorder now. we'll be right back, everybody. blake shelton! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪
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